Mead takes time. Lots of time. Mead should sit in the Primary for 4-6 weeks, sometimes longer....Most of the fermentations is done before transfer to secondary, where is should sit for at least 4 months (6 months is better, longer is even better), with intermittant rackings whenever trub/sediment builds up on the bottom. Then you bottle. You do not want bottle bombs!
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Date Mead, Oatmeal Cookie Braggot, Fox in Sox Gruit
Hard lemonade, Cyser, Golden Plum Mead
Agave Mead, Chocolate/Cinnamon Mead, Heather mead,
Heather Ale, Emerald Honey Kolsch, Hobgoblin clone, Terror of the Ewes Oatmeal Stout,
Kilt liftin' Wee Heavy, Soggy Doggy English Brown Ale, Saaz/Perle Mead, Cinnamon Mead, Shiraz,
Sauvignon Blanc, white merlot, Elderberry Mead, Vanilla Mead